HOME is hosting our third annual Community Forum on Tuesday, December 6, from 5:30-8pm in the United Way building. We will discuss implicit bias and break down how our biases can influence our perceptions of safety within our communities. We will also discuss alternative methods to address community safety concerns, […]
Growing Fair Housing Legal Partnerships is a two-part event—a CLE training and a networking session. This event will educate attorneys about how to handle a fair housing case and connect them to social service agencies working with the at-risk population. The training is a continuing legal education (CLE) program, approved […]
HOME is hosting an afternoon Lunch and Learn on Tuesday, October 11 in the United Way building. This event is free and open to all but registration is required due to limited seating. Please contact Dotty Hall, Senior Housing Counselor, to RSVP or for more information at 513-977-2626 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Almost all affordable rental housing developed through the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program for families has been placed in highly-segregated, high poverty areas of Ohio. The LIHTC program has also cutback on development of housing that serves families with children. These are the findings of a new report […]
Visit HOME at Cincinnati Pride Festival on June 25 from noon-9pm at Sawyer Point and Yeatman’s Cove! Did you know the city of Cincinnati includes sexual orientation and transgender status as classes protected from illegal housing discrimination? Stop by our booth to learn more about your fair housing rights and how […]
Jeniece Jones, HOME’s Executive Director, quoted in a local article about returning citizens, the struggle to find housing, and HUD’s April 2016 guidance on use of criminal records. (Full link: http://www.wcpo.com/news/insider/column-these-men-are-out-of-prison-but-cant-find-homes-to-call-their-own)
You are invited to “Slavery by Another Name, part 2,” a panel-led discussion based on the topics brought up in Douglas A. Blackmon’s book. In this discussion, we will focus on mass incarceration, housing, and re-entry. Our discussion coincides with HUD’s recently released guidance which warns that blanket policies discriminating […]